These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Epic Fail: His disaster at Victory Road '11 has been labeled this by the dirt sheets. By the time of his match, he's so out of it he stumbled climbing the stairs to the ring. At this point, his behavior wasn't surprising (he's pin balled back and forth between both companies at least 4 times,) but this time, he might have taken TNA down with him. The PPV, which was already shaky, ended up cut short (and left TNA trying to find some way to make it up to the viewers to paid money for it) and the dirt sheets are coming down hard on TNA for letting him go out there in that condition, basically saying that it was TNA's Fingerpoke Of Doom, although others say that TNA doesn't matter enough to justify that title.
Win Back The Crowd: Jeff Hardy's return to the company has him making a public apology to the crowd, apologizing for his unprofessional behavior causing the PPV to be ruined. About a year later, he won the 2012 Bound For Glory Series at No Surrender and he won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship from Austin Aries at Bound For Glory a month later.
Evil Is Sexy: Maybe its the aggressiveness, or maybe it's just the black, but he looked really, really good as a heel.
Never Live It Down: Victory Road 2011 main event match. The only way he will is if it's generally attributed to TNA's overall incompetence and not just Hardy, but knowing Jeff's lifestyle this is unlikely.
Despite winning back the crowd with his redemption story, he's still never gonna fully live it down—not only does his record keeps him from being able to attend overseas tours, but his checkeed past (both real and storyline, the latter being pretty rare) can easily be used as plot point against his character as Magnus did expertly at Impact: Final Resolution.
Shocking Swerve: The most infamous and despised angle in TNA history will probably go down as Jeff Hardy's Face-Heel Turn. Done with no foreshadowing on a wrestler that everyone likes, even the smarks. Add to that his almost exclusive use of high flying moves and lack of mic skills, and you have a disaster that will go down in wrestling history.
Or maybe not. His video promos and the nasty treacherous in-ring style he's developing are getting heat even if half the crowd still cheers him.
X-Pac Heat: His one appearance for ROH did not go well.